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Listen now: Buro 24/7 Middle East's Weekend Playlist

Listen now: Buro 24/7 Middle East's Weekend Playlist

May 15–17

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Buro 24/7 Middle East contributor Maha Sulaiman presents five of her top new tunes...

As usual, we have collected your perfect weekend playlist right here. Another week, another essential set of tunes, starting off with beautifully arranged remix of Jeremy Glenn's New Life by Perseus and deep house phenom Motez with his remix of Ellie Goulding's Beating Heart.

That's quickly followed by a perfectly crafted remix of Miley Cyrus's Wrecking Ball which is delivered by Mathbonus, Lucian Piane and the Pop Tarts have teamed up for a tune that we've had on repeat for weeks, and some sensual deep vibes by way of Denmark's Pete Oak. 

Check it all out below and as always, enjoy!

Released by Future Classic, New Life by U.S producer, PERSEUS, remixes Jeremy Glenn’s catchy dance anthem, slowing it down with a mellow base and synthesized sounds. New Life is sure to start off your weekend with a bang.  



Australian deep house phenomenon, Motez, creates a divine new remix for Ellie Goulding’s Beating Heart. The dark beat incorporates tempo shifts and a throaty bass lines that backs up Goulding’s ethereal vocals.

 


Hailing from the U.S state of Oregon, Mathbonus remixes Miley Cyrus’ popular Wrecking Ball ballad, slowing down the tempo and adding a melodic drum harmony to the background. The vocals are also slowed down, creating a hypnotising track, you can listen to again and again.  

  

"It's all about the butterfly" sings Lucian Piane & The Pop Tarts, the beautifully crafted song that was featured in the HBO documentary In Vogue: The Editor's Eye has been re-tweaked by Irene Kimmel with a speedier tempo and less vocals than the original.

 

 

The ultimate weekend dance anthem is here, Pete Oak’s epic bass in Desert Gold will have everyone on the dance floor, with this short but sweet, deep house track.

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